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Published by Port of Stockton, 2019-07-03 14:05:13

Port of Stockton 2018 Annual Report

Years of Innovation





CALIFORNIA





Port of Stockton
ANNUAL REPORT
85th Anniversary Edition



















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A PORT’S Journey:


85 years of innovation



Steady growth over the last decade at the Port directly
resulted in the delivery of more jobs, increased goods
and services, and enhanced contributions to the
region’s economic vitality. The combination of the
Port’s productive trade partnerships, commodity
diversification strategy, and landside development
plans have set the course for ongoing success into
the next century.










portofstockton.com/about





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COMMISSIONER & DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE




Since 1933, the Port of Stockton has connected the city the Navy Drive Bridge Expansion Project and the Dock
of Stockton and the greater region to the global trade 12-13 Rehabilitation Project.
network, creating jobs and prosperity while protecting
our environment and lifting up our local communities. Maintaining our longtime commitment to environmental
85 years later, we handled a record-setting 4,739,249 sustainability, we have rolled out zero-emissions forklifts
metric tons of import and export cargos with 252 ships and qualified for the voluntary Green Marine certification.
calls, despite a challenging international economic We also remain committed to our community, sponsoring
climate due to tari negotiations a ecting the cement free mobile dental services to underpriveledged
and steel sectors. We continue to succeed by staying communities, engaging elementary students in owl pellet
committed to serving our tenants, adapting to changes dissections, and fostering the next generation of the
in the market and investing in our infrastructure to Stockton workforce with our internship program.
improve operations.
2018 was a year for celebration. Commemorating our
With a nearly 97% occupancy rate, we are seeing 85th year, the Port hosted a night of festivities at the
current tenants expand into new terminals and Haggin Museum and developed an awareness campaign
warehousing. This expansion has spurred updates and to showcase how far we’ve come in 85 years.
improvements to our infrastructure, and we’ve made
major progress with the Navy Drive Widening Project, We hope you enjoy our 2018 Annual Report!






ELIZABETH BLANCHARD MICHAEL DUFFY R. JAY ALLEN SYLVESTER AGUILAR
Chair Vice Chair Commissioner Commissioner



GARY CHRISTOPHERSON STEPHEN GRIFFEN VICTOR MOW RICHARD ASCHIERIS
Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Port Director

Elise

Hermesky


EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

Elise Hermesky joined the
Port six years ago as a
part-time o ce clerk within
the Maintenance Department.
In the same year, she was
promoted to an Administrative
Assistant I in the Properties
Department. Due to her
exemplary work ethic and
skillset, in 2016, she was
given another promotion to
Administrative Assistant II, her
current position at the Port.

During her time as a valued
Port employee, Ms. Hermesky
has continued to perform
outstandingly in her job,
going above and beyond
expectations and taking
initiative with her “can-do”
attitude. Her role within the
Properties Department
has helped in creating
e ciencies and ongoing
added value to the team.

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OUR DEDICATED STAFF






RICHARD ASCHIERIS
Port Director
ACCOUNTING/FINANCE MARKETING Tracy Fanucchi Everardo Mendoza
Dianna Baker Pete Grossgart Cecilio Gomez Eric Osterlie
Director of Finance Marketing Manager Brett Gra gna Christopher Padilla
Michelle Bowling Hugh Lim Alex Perez
Controller PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Jeannine Anchartechahar Steve Escobar Alfredo Maya Cara Pickering
Esmeralda Correa Deputy Port Director / Jill McAuli e Charles Piggee
Lesli Diehl Real Estate & Port Development Mike Miller Pete Ramirez
Kristy Emerson Debbie Calli Raul Montanez Steve Trindade
Properties Manager
Maria Perez Elise Hermesky Sam Montanez PORT POLICE
Ricardo Toledo Employee of the Year Kyle Moutray George Lerner
Michelle Zepeda GRANTS ADMINISTRATION Zachary Tyler Director of Homeland Security
Joseph Wallick
ENVIRONMENTAL, Steve Larson Jared Wilkey Richard Salsedo
Captain
GOVERNMENT & INFORMATION Steve Nichols
PUBLIC AFFAIRS TECHNOLOGY FACILITIES, Lieutenant
Je Wingfield DEVELOPMENT Mike Archibeque
Director of Environmental Davin Garcia & PLANNING Noel Aviles
and Public A airs Information Technolgy Manager Juan Villanueva Joe Camara
Jason Cashman Tim Deerinck Development & Planning Manager
Manager of Environmental Tricia Rosenow Steve Cookerly Lillian Craig
and Regulatory A airs Wally Wallick Superintendent Suzanne Craig
Rita Koehnen Ricardo Navarro Fritz Encluna
Victoria Lucero OPERATIONS Superintendent Misty Escobar
Falynne Smith Jason Katindoy Scott Ballard Kevin Faulkner
Director of Maritime Operations Bob Belmont
EXECUTIVE Chris Mountjoy Greg Burcham Kraig Higashi
Melanie Rodriguez Operations Manager Janice Dias Bill Hutton
Assistant to the Director/ Jose Armenta Rick Lechuga
Secretary to the Board Cesar Barajas Mike Elrod Albert Liwanag
HR/ADMINISTRATIVE Rebecca Barron Mark Ford Curtiss McConnell
Katie Miller Christopher Bustos Auturo Gamboa Jim Mitchell
Human Resources Manager Daniel Bautista David Gentry Tyler Moua
Judy Baumann Joseph Castro Eduardo Gomez Monique Sanchez
Linda Fistolera Linda Christison Dean Harr Robert Sanguinetti
Fernando Galicia Travis Clinger Randall Hawley Allen Standley
Renee Ramirez Juan Constantino Bradley Hensley Darrel Wade
Cassondra Hollins David Cradit Kazuo Higashi Roger Williams
Albert Reft Robert Deanda Gary Johnston
Melissa Whitener Lacy Edwards James Kissee TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Je Vine Dale Matson Russell Nicholas



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table of contents







01: A PORT’S Journey — 2
Commissioner & Director’s Message — 5
Employee of the Year — 6
Our Dedicated Sta — 7





02: OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY — 10

Setting Records and Driving Success — 12
By the Numbers — 16
Tenant Expansion and Growing Developments at the Port — 18
Tenant Spotlight — 18
Our Business Partners — 19
Partners in Trade — 21
The Central California Traction Company — 22
Landside Infrastructure: Roadways — 24




03: FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY — 26

Financial Transparency — 29





04: COMMUNITY COMMITMENT — 30

Strengthening Our Community — 32





05: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY — 36

Port Commits to a Green Marine — 38
Dannar High-Lift Capacity Forklifts — 39






06: EVENTS & RECOGNITION — 40
The Port Celebrates — 42
Police Year in Review — 46
Stockton Institutions Honor the Port — 46
Retirements — 48
Recognizing Our Accomplishments — 48

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OPERATIONAL


EFFICIENCY



To meet the demands of our tenants, the Port provides
e ective facilities and infrastructure to move goods
more e ciently; resulting in reduced congestion,
idle time and decreased air emissions.










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setting records AND DRIVING SUCCESS


Port o ers commodity diversification based on consumer need


The Port’s maritime tonnage set another infrastructure, cargo handling equipment,
record in 2018, surpassing 2017 by 25,736 land available for development, a skilled
metric tons. This record breaking year is the labor pool and operational expertise.
REBAR third consecutive for tonnage growth and a
Diversifying the Portfolio direct result of the Port’s ability to adapt to an Forecasting in the current international
ever changing global market. economic climate is challenging, but the Port
remains optimistic about our prospects for
"Innovation in property A focus on increasing the diversification of 2019. Customer interest in long-term
usage, partnerships and the Port’s commodity portfolio provides investment involving the introduction of new
commodity flexibility is flexibility, creating new opportunities as operations and commodities remains strong,
the foundation for the market demands change. Although 2018 saw and the Port has the available capacity to
Port of Stockton's a 16% decline in cement tonnage and a 22% support these and other opportunities.
successful business
model," states decline in steel, the Port was able to expand We will continue to aggressively market to
Port Director Richard service o erings based on customer needs our strengths — rail, road, water, labor and
Aschieris. "Our nimble to maintain operational and financial stability. location — working to secure additional
operation continues to The Port recently secured new business business that will contribute to the economic
break records annually unloading domestically produced rebar health of the region.
with 2018 marking a shipped to the Port by rail. While the initial
total of 4,739,249 rail tonnage has been small, the new service
metric tons of cargo represents the potential for additional
and 252 ship calls." growth utilizing the Port’s assets such as rail



85







years





feeding

the

economy




From raisins to rice to
everything in between,
the Port of Stockton has
been shipping tasty cargo
to people here and across
the world since the very
beginning. But we have
filled more than stomachs.
We have also helped
fill our local co ers by
bringing over $35 million
of additional revenue to
the City of Stockton and
San Joaquin County in
the past five years.



BY THE NUMBERS

HERE’S WHAT’S NEW AT THE PORT



SHIP MOVEMENTS & TONNAGES



SHIP MOVEMENTS ( TOTAL 252 SHIP CALLS )

Q1: 73 Q2: 71 Q3: 52 Q4: 56

SHIP TONNAGES ( 4,739,249 METRIC TONS )
Q1: 1,182,688 Q2: 1,385,832 Q3: 1,011,422 Q4: 1,159,307




TONNAGE BREAKDOWN
Diversified Cargo in Metric Tons


157,921 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA 14,872 BULK SOY BEANS
10,825 BAGGED FERTILIZER 237,912 BULK SULFUR
86,023 BAGGED RICE 4,100 BULK SUNFLOWER SEEDS
30,608 BROKEN RICE 15,493 BULK TIRE CHIPS
137,000 BULK BEET PELLETS 13,102 BULK WHEAT
753,396 BULK CEMENT 195,706 FOOD GRADE OIL
1,640,511 BULK COAL 47,961 GYPSUM
105,157 BULK CORN ORGANIC 629,137 LIQUID FERTILIZER

175,227 BULK FERTILIZER 197,244 MOLASSES
30,131 BULK PEAS 1,838 PROJECT CARGO
42,570 BULK PET COKE 197,865 STEEL PRODUCTS
8,004 BULK SAND 6,646 SWEET POTATO PELLETS




Commodities ON THE RISE
Percent Increase Per Year


2018
2017 5%
16% 2018 2018
2016 2017 4%
2016 6% 2017 8% 2016 3%
19% -2% 9%





FOOD GRADE OIL ANHYDROUS AMMONIA BULK SULFUR



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PELTON

SHEPHERD

tenant expansion and growing TENANT SPOTLIGHT

Developments aT the port Pelton Shepherd Industries

(PSI) began in 1950 and
manufactures a wide range
2018 was a year of current tenant fertilizer facility on the East Complex, will of refrigerant products,
expansions, filling almost every warehouse expand their liquid facility operation to better supplying the packaging
available and bringing the occupancy serve California farmers through the addition industry with products
for redistribution. As the
rate to nearly 97%. The Port’s Properties of a new truck terminal across the street creators of the patented
Department has been busy working on new from their existing facility. With a capital Blue Ice and the oldest
leases for existing tenants to expand their investment of approximately $10 million, this manufacturer of gel ice in
operations at the Port. An example of expansion will increase product throughput the country, PSI products
expanding footprints are Yara and Contanda, supported by more ships and railcars. are used in temperature
who are both constructing new terminal controlled shipments as
the energy source that
additions. The Port has also seen current Other new tenants from 2017 have started provides cooling of
tenant growth on the warehousing side, construction on their facilities as well. perishables during transit.
which includes all types of products ranging SATCO (Sulphuric Acid Trading Company)
from cottonseed to steel coils. and Sioneer are both expanding, with “The Port of Stockton
SATCO building the first sulphuric acid provides excellent
Contanda, who already has a liquid bulk maritime facility on the West Coast and infrastructure and services
that meet all our business
facility on the East Complex, is also Sioneer building a glass recycling facility needs,” said Pat Shepherd,
rebuilding their current facility with new for turning waste glass into pozzolan to be Vice President. “The
tanks, rail and a pipeline. In addition to their used as a cementitious additive. Both of recent improvements for
existing facility and with a capital investment these projects combined represent a capital truck access to the West
of more than $10 million, Contanda will more investment of more than $35 million. Complex has assisted our
than double in size with a planned tank and growth. The Port has been
our business home going
truck terminal expansion anticipated to be With 135 tenants doing business at the on two decades and we
complete by 2020. Port, the Properties Department has a full expect the relationship to
workload taking care of their daily and long continue for years to come.”
Yara, who already has a dry bulk fertilizer term needs. It is an exciting time with our
facility on the West Complex and a liquid bulk partners who call the Port their home.

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OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS




ADA Scales, Inc. Comgen Construction, Inc. Lovotti Air San Joaquin County Information
Advance Bus & Truck Driving School Contanda Terminals LLC Lowe's HIW, Inc. Services Division
AFW, Inc. County Plumbing and Restoration M & L Commodities San Joaquin County Sheri 's Dept.
Ah-Tye, Denny Custom Spraying, Inc. Mac Specialties SFPP, L.P.
Alamillo Rebar, Inc. Dawn Baja Marine Inspection, LLC Sheedy Drayage Co.
Alfalfa Supply Inc. Delroy's Deli Martin Operating Partnership Sherwood Lumber Corporation
Allen Engineering Contractor, Inc. Delta Yacht Club MCM Construction, Inc. Shipyard Sports Bar & Grill
American Biodiesel Inc. Dowling, Bob Melissa & Doug, LLC Sioneer Stockton, LLC
American Containers, Inc. DR Pipeline, Inc. Merfish Pipe & Supply NE, LLC SSA Marine, Inc.
American Legion, Karl Ross Post #16 DTE Stockton, LLC Metropolitan Stevedore Co. St. Mary's High School
American River Ag, Inc. Energy Transport and Logistics, LLC MHX LLC Stockton Civic Theatre
Anderson, Jennifer and Ricky Enterprise Communications Motta, Joseph Stockton Police Department
Bazaaz, Gurmeet S. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. MT Railcars, Inc. Stockton Police O cer's Association
Best Logistics, Inc. Gilton Resource Recovery, Inc. N.C. Catering Stockton Professional Firefighters
BestCare Express, Inc. Giovannoni Farms Nautilus Data Technologies Stockton Recycling, Inc.
Buckeye Terminals, LLC Golden Bear Insurance Company North American Composites Stockton Volleyball Club
Bulk Warehouse Services Company GPT Properties Trust Norton Lilly International, Inc. Sulphuric Acid Trading Co., Inc.
C Trans, Inc. Grogan, Edward Old World Industries, LLC Targa Terminals, LLC
CALAMCO H.J. Baker & Bros., LLC Onions Etc., Inc. Tesoro Logistics Operation LLC
Calaveras Cement Company Hammer Head Protection, Inc. Pacific Ethanol Stockton LLC Tiger-Sul Products, LLC
California Agri Inspection Co., Ltd. Hickinbotham, West and Amy Pacific Gas & Electric T-Mobile West, LLC
CalPortland Company Holland LP Pelton Shepherd Industries Trans-Hold, Inc.
Carry Transit Holt Repair & Manufacturing Inc. Pereira Studios Transload Solutions LLC
Catch All Baseball HS Capital LLC Pinnacle Ag Services Transloading Logistics
Cellar, Raymond Industrial Railways Co. Pitbull Truck Lines, Inc. Transmarine Navigation Corp.
Cencal Recycling, LLC Integrated Biometric Tech., LLC Protek Cargo, Inc. Transmeridian Warehouses, Inc.
Central California Railcar Repair International Raw Materials, LTD PUENTES Union Pacific Railroad Company
Central California Traction Company Intsel Steel West-California, LLC Quality O ce Liquidations University of the Pacific
Central Valley Ag Grinding Jacobi Carbons, Inc. Ramsey Express Victory Renewables, LLC
Ceres Marine Terminals, Inc. Junior Aid of Stockton Rich Turner Photographics Weber Point Yacht Club
Child Abuse Prevention Council Kustom Materials Laminators, Corp. Robinson, Scott and Kristina West Wind USA
City of Stockton LDA Partners, LLP Ross Island Sand & Gravel Westway Trading Corporation
Clean Planet Los 3 Hermanos Royal White Cement, Inc. Wilmar Oils & Fats, Inc.
Clearwire, LLC Loveless, Geo & Noemy S. T. Services/NuStar Energy Yara North America, Inc.



EUROPE
Belgium ASIA
Estonia China
NORTH Germany Indonesia
AMERICA Netherlands Japan
Canada Norway Korea
El Salvador Turkey Malaysia
Mexico Russia
Nicaragua Singapore
Panama Taiwan
Thailand
SOUTH Vietnam
AMERICA
Argentina OCEANIA
Brazil Australia
Chile New Caledonia
Trinidad























PARTNERS IN TRADE

4.7 MILLION The Port’s global reach brings continued success


METRIC TONS The Port has maintained its strong trade bulk beet pellets, coal and tire chips. China
of cargo handled in relationship with 27 countries in 2018, led imports for bulk cement and bagged
2018 importing and exporting commodities such sweet potato pellets, totaling nearly
as cement, fertilizer, steel, coal and sulfur.
659,000 metric tons delivered to the Port.
The Port also had 252 ship calls, one of its 2018 marked the Port’s best performing
highest numbers in history. The leading year yet with more than 2.1 million metric
trade partners for 2018 were once again tons of American products exported and
Japan and China. Japan received about two over 2.5 million metric tons imported for a
thirds of the Port’s exports for bagged rice, total of 4.7 million metric tons.

The Central California






Traction Company EST. 1905











The Central California Traction Company (CCTC) operates
a short line railroad between STOCKTON AND LODI


STOCKTON LODI


For 20 Years CCTC has operated an EXTENSIVE RAIL SYSTEM

WITH TRUE ON-DOCK RAIL at the Port of Stockton












28




CCTC EMPLOYEES

manage and maintain




CCTC connects the Port to UNION PACIFIC 75

RAILROAD and BNSF RAILWAYS

MILES OF TRACK,






Combined, these two rail lines cover 2/3 of the U.S. 7



LOCOMOTIVES,

and serve


50





PORT TENANTS

CCTC is the perfect port partner





NEEDS CCTC



Staying ahead innovative

of tenants’ needs solutions

for rail logistics

“ One of the biggest things we do at

CCTC that di ers from similar services
is our constant motivation to becoming
more e cient with the existing tools
and space we have at the Port. ”

– General Manager Randy Egusquiza









Effective every

& Efficient major curve

shipment management has been upgraded


55,000–58,000

rail cars per year THE FUTURE




45% since 2016




Plans to build new Port warehouse
4X since 1999 LOOP & STORAGE capacity at 95%—

TRACKS EXPANSION IS
INEVITABLE




As rail continues to be of vital importance for future growth at the Port, CCTC will
continue looking for additional rail while also working to improve underutilized rail

for supplementary storage at no additional cost to its tenants. The Port is working
on several new projects that could double the amount of rail cars currently
received, creating new jobs and better opportunities to current and future tenants
and CCTC is definitely ready for the challenge.

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LANDSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE & ROADWAYS


Strategic improvements provide vital access to the Port


Located at a key juncture in Northern critical infrastructure project, the Fy e Grade
California’s Tier 1 Highway Freight and Rail Separation. This $13 million project will replace
Network and the federal ship channel, the an existing at-grade rail crossing that sits
PORT OF STOCKTON Port sits nestled between Interstate 5 and at the entrance to the Port’s West Complex,
West Complex Highway 99, as well as State Route 4 improving safety and schedule e ciency.
and 580, providing direct connections to There are currently over 3,066 trucks and cars
regional and inter-regional networks. This entering the West Complex each day. This
Providing an e ective dynamic and active location drives the grade separation will completely eliminate the
roadway network within Port every day to plan and implement truck and vehicle delays, saving thousands of
the Port property is transportation infrastructure and roadway annual idling hours.
critical to operations improvements that will sustain operations
and a high priority. into the future. The Port of Stockton’s near-term multi-modal
From road and bridge
widening projects to rail infrastructure improvement plan is tactical
grade separations, the With the 2018 completion of Navy Drive and and deliberate including replacing the single
Port is working towards Navy Drive Bridge widening to four lanes, rail bridge, widening Washington Street, and
improved mobility and the Port can leverage productivity, e ciency rehabilitating nine miles of internal roads.
e ciency every day. and reliability of daily operations along its Each project lays the critical foundation
internal roadway network to continue to needed for the Port to continue achieving
prepare for ongoing infrastructure growth. success and realizing its vision.
With this key corridor project completed, the
Port has shifted attention towards another

PRESERVING

HISTORY


NAVY BRIDGE BELL

The Navy Drive Bridge
was first constructed in
1941 and included a unique
feature sitting in it’s center
far above the roadway; a
fully functioning Operator’s
house with a magnificent
cast iron bell that hung just
outside the doorway. While
the Navy Drive Bridge was
recently rehabbed and
widened in order to provide
operational e ciency for the
growing Port, the history of
the unique bridge features
was something the Port
wanted to maintain. The
bell will continue to reside
at the Port and serve as a
reminder of the rich history
of the Port property.

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financial


transparency



The Port’s steadfast commitment to fiscal
responsibility and transparency guide key
decisions regarding budget processes and policies
that continue to sustain our economic vitality and
accountability within the region.










portofstockton.com/port-facts-figures





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FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY



The Port celebrates another record-setting year


CARGO TYPES & PROPERTY LEASING


FY2018 FY2017 FY2016
General Cargo 6,522,982 8,332,209 11,053,420 $77.7 million
Dry Bulk Cargo 14,415,234 13,564,477 11,037,896
Liquid Bulk Cargo 6,063,496 6,042,701 5,572,290 generated in
Property Management 26,622,554 25,192,076 24,466,009 STATE AND
Other 15,622,678 3,410,912 4,507,569
TOTAL $69,246,944 $56,542,376 $56,637,184 LOCAL TAXES

REVENUE CENTERS

FY2018 FY2017 FY2016
Terminal 25,323,382 26,100,953 25,459,343
Warehouse 1,678,330 1,838,435 2,204,263 $630.1 MILLION
Property Management 26,622,554 25,192,076 24,466,009
Other 661,020 289,918 268,929 in
Interest 637,868 264,230 132,673 TOTAL PERSONNEL
Grant Revenue 14,323,789 2,856,765 4,105,967
TOTAL $69,246,944 $56,542,376 $56,637,184 INCOME/MOBILE
CONSUMPTION








Property Leasing Revenue Centers
& Cargo Types Total Revenue: $69,246,944 $1.6 BILLION

Total Revenue: $69,246,944
TOTAL PORT
RELATED IMPACT


supported in
the region
Property Management Property Management
$26,622,554 $26,622,554
Dry Bulk Cargo Terminal
$14,415,234 $25,323,382

General Cargo Grant Revenue
$6,522,982 $14,323,789
Liquid Bulk Cargo Warehouse
$6,063,496 $1,678,330
Other Other
$15,622,678 $661,020
Interest
$637,868

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community


commitment



The Port works every day to be a good neighbor
to our community through implementation of diverse
programs highlighting the Port’s environmental
stewardship and community partnership. Our steadfast
commitment is focused on minimizing impacts,
sponsoring community causes and providing
economic leadership.









portofstockton.com/community-1

portofstockton.com/about

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Strengthening our community


The Port continues it’s commitment to educating and
connecting the Stockton community and beyond

THE OWL BOX PROGRAM
provides educational PORT CONNECTS WITH the Pacific, San Jose State, California
opportunities in addition ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Maritime Academy, Chico State, and
to pest control A key component of our highly successful Humphrey’s College. “Networking and
owl box program is the educational real-time experience is a great benefit to TREE PLANTING FOR STOCKTON LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST
opportunities the program provides. In 2018, those finishing up their education and ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Each year, the Leadership Stockton Alumni
Port sta visited a few elementary school looking towards their future careers,” As part of the California Re-Leaf Program, Association hosts a Community Leadership
"The corporate culture science classes to present a workshop stated Katie Miller, Human Resources the Port partnered with Boggs Tract Breakfast that highlights diverse aspects of
at the Port empowers informing students of the biology, life history, Manager at the Port. Community Garden as well as Stockton the community, and shares the latest news
our team to look for and habitat of the barn owls. The highlight Unified School District to plant 65 trees in innovation, services and programs with
new ways to engage and of the program is an owl pellet dissection MOBILE DENTAL SERVICE DIRECT within Port property. The purpose of the community leaders. In 2018, the spotlight
enhance our community," in order to identify the food source. TO THE COMMUNITY program is to continue creating and focused on Stockton in the Global Economy.
Je Wingfield, Director As a good neighbor, the Port of Stockton is sustaining healthy communities in Along with other key note speakers such as
of Environmental and PORT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM always looking for ways to help our California by providing funding for an array Union Pacific Railroad and Cal Cedar, the
Public A airs proudly The Port of Stockton Internship Program community. In August, the Port partnered of urban forestry e orts that range from Port of Stockton’s Director Richard Aschieris
states. "Our dynamic continues to be a valuable community with San Joaquin County Supervisor Miguel education and outreach to tree-planting presented at the breakfast to educate
community programs program o ering hands-on experience and Villapudua and Bank of the West to dispatch projects. As a dedicated steward of the leadership about how products made
focus on enhancing environment, the Port plans to continue locally are valued and shipped globally.
our community’s in-depth education within a number of two medically equipped recreational participating in the Re-Leaf Program with
quality of life." disciplines that impact the maritime vehicles to the Boggs Tract Community
industry and many other industries. In Center. The mobile buses, operated by the future tree planting projects in 2019.
2018, the Port o ered five key internships Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, provided
within Accounting, Information Technology, convenient dental support to community
Maritime Operations, Environmental and members who often struggle to receive
Human Resources. Interns came from needed healthcare.
San Joaquin Delta College, University of

PORT CONNECTS WITH the Pacific, San Jose State, California
ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Maritime Academy, Chico State, and
A key component of our highly successful Humphrey’s College. “Networking and
owl box program is the educational real-time experience is a great benefit to TREE PLANTING FOR STOCKTON LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST
opportunities the program provides. In 2018, those finishing up their education and ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Each year, the Leadership Stockton Alumni
Port sta visited a few elementary school looking towards their future careers,” As part of the California Re-Leaf Program, Association hosts a Community Leadership
science classes to present a workshop stated Katie Miller, Human Resources the Port partnered with Boggs Tract Breakfast that highlights diverse aspects of
informing students of the biology, life history, Manager at the Port. Community Garden as well as Stockton the community, and shares the latest news
and habitat of the barn owls. The highlight Unified School District to plant 65 trees in innovation, services and programs with
of the program is an owl pellet dissection MOBILE DENTAL SERVICE DIRECT within Port property. The purpose of the community leaders. In 2018, the spotlight
in order to identify the food source. TO THE COMMUNITY program is to continue creating and focused on Stockton in the Global Economy.
As a good neighbor, the Port of Stockton is sustaining healthy communities in Along with other key note speakers such as
PORT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM always looking for ways to help our California by providing funding for an array Union Pacific Railroad and Cal Cedar, the
The Port of Stockton Internship Program community. In August, the Port partnered of urban forestry e orts that range from Port of Stockton’s Director Richard Aschieris
continues to be a valuable community with San Joaquin County Supervisor Miguel education and outreach to tree-planting presented at the breakfast to educate
program o ering hands-on experience and Villapudua and Bank of the West to dispatch projects. As a dedicated steward of the leadership about how products made
in-depth education within a number of two medically equipped recreational environment, the Port plans to continue locally are valued and shipped globally.
disciplines that impact the maritime vehicles to the Boggs Tract Community participating in the Re-Leaf Program with
industry and many other industries. In Center. The mobile buses, operated by the future tree planting projects in 2019.
2018, the Port o ered five key internships Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, provided
within Accounting, Information Technology, convenient dental support to community
Maritime Operations, Environmental and members who often struggle to receive
Human Resources. Interns came from needed healthcare.
San Joaquin Delta College, University of

PORT CONNECTS WITH the Pacific, San Jose State, California
ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Maritime Academy, Chico State, and
A key component of our highly successful Humphrey’s College. “Networking and
owl box program is the educational real-time experience is a great benefit to TREE PLANTING FOR STOCKTON LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST
opportunities the program provides. In 2018, those finishing up their education and ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Each year, the Leadership Stockton Alumni
Port sta visited a few elementary school looking towards their future careers,” As part of the California Re-Leaf Program, Association hosts a Community Leadership
science classes to present a workshop stated Katie Miller, Human Resources the Port partnered with Boggs Tract Breakfast that highlights diverse aspects of
informing students of the biology, life history, Manager at the Port. Community Garden as well as Stockton the community, and shares the latest news
and habitat of the barn owls. The highlight Unified School District to plant 65 trees in innovation, services and programs with
of the program is an owl pellet dissection MOBILE DENTAL SERVICE DIRECT within Port property. The purpose of the community leaders. In 2018, the spotlight
in order to identify the food source. TO THE COMMUNITY program is to continue creating and focused on Stockton in the Global Economy.
As a good neighbor, the Port of Stockton is sustaining healthy communities in Along with other key note speakers such as
PORT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM always looking for ways to help our California by providing funding for an array Union Pacific Railroad and Cal Cedar, the
The Port of Stockton Internship Program community. In August, the Port partnered of urban forestry e orts that range from Port of Stockton’s Director Richard Aschieris
continues to be a valuable community with San Joaquin County Supervisor Miguel education and outreach to tree-planting presented at the breakfast to educate
program o ering hands-on experience and Villapudua and Bank of the West to dispatch projects. As a dedicated steward of the leadership about how products made
in-depth education within a number of two medically equipped recreational environment, the Port plans to continue locally are valued and shipped globally.
disciplines that impact the maritime vehicles to the Boggs Tract Community participating in the Re-Leaf Program with
industry and many other industries. In Center. The mobile buses, operated by the future tree planting projects in 2019.
2018, the Port o ered five key internships Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, provided
within Accounting, Information Technology, convenient dental support to community
Maritime Operations, Environmental and members who often struggle to receive
Human Resources. Interns came from needed healthcare.
San Joaquin Delta College, University of

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5 INTERNSHIPS


o ered in the areas of

Accounting,

Information

Technology,


Maritime

Operations,


Environmental

and Human

Resources



PORT CONNECTS WITH the Pacific, San Jose State, California
ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Maritime Academy, Chico State, and
A key component of our highly successful Humphrey’s College. “Networking and
owl box program is the educational real-time experience is a great benefit to TREE PLANTING FOR STOCKTON LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST $630.1 MILLION
opportunities the program provides. In 2018, those finishing up their education and ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Each year, the Leadership Stockton Alumni
Port sta visited a few elementary school looking towards their future careers,” As part of the California Re-Leaf Program, Association hosts a Community Leadership
science classes to present a workshop stated Katie Miller, Human Resources the Port partnered with Boggs Tract Breakfast that highlights diverse aspects of TOTAL PERSONNEL
informing students of the biology, life history, Manager at the Port. Community Garden as well as Stockton the community, and shares the latest news
and habitat of the barn owls. The highlight Unified School District to plant 65 trees in innovation, services and programs with INCOME/MOBILE
of the program is an owl pellet dissection MOBILE DENTAL SERVICE DIRECT within Port property. The purpose of the community leaders. In 2018, the spotlight
in order to identify the food source. TO THE COMMUNITY program is to continue creating and focused on Stockton in the Global Economy. CONSUMPTION
As a good neighbor, the Port of Stockton is sustaining healthy communities in Along with other key note speakers such as
PORT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM always looking for ways to help our California by providing funding for an array Union Pacific Railroad and Cal Cedar, the
The Port of Stockton Internship Program community. In August, the Port partnered of urban forestry e orts that range from Port of Stockton’s Director Richard Aschieris
continues to be a valuable community with San Joaquin County Supervisor Miguel education and outreach to tree-planting presented at the breakfast to educate
program o ering hands-on experience and Villapudua and Bank of the West to dispatch projects. As a dedicated steward of the leadership about how products made
in-depth education within a number of two medically equipped recreational environment, the Port plans to continue locally are valued and shipped globally.
disciplines that impact the maritime vehicles to the Boggs Tract Community participating in the Re-Leaf Program with
industry and many other industries. In Center. The mobile buses, operated by the future tree planting projects in 2019.
2018, the Port o ered five key internships Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, provided
within Accounting, Information Technology, convenient dental support to community
Maritime Operations, Environmental and members who often struggle to receive
Human Resources. Interns came from needed healthcare.
San Joaquin Delta College, University of

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environmental


sustainability



Proud of our diverse environmental
programs, the Port remains focused on
Delta preservation through habitat restoration,
reducing impacts to dissolved oxygen within
the river and minimizing levee erosion. Moving
forward, the Port has a zero-emissions goal for
all cargo handling equipment aiding in
improved regional air quality.











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PORT commits to green marine


Zero-Emissions and Environmental Sustainability




2018 was a transformative year for the Port handling equipment fleet with modern
in many ways. Not only has the Port zero-emission technology. Over the next few
continued strong economic growth over the years, the Port will be replacing 36 forklifts
JOINING FORCES last few years, but is also moving toward and one railcar mover. The average age of
The Ports of Stockton,
Oakland and Long Beach cleaning up its supply chain by exploring our current fleet is 25 years old.
team up to fight emissions options for cleaner, more e cient, cargo
handling equipment. Early in 2018, the Port Another key component of
partnered with the San Joaquin Valley Air the Port’s clean initiative in
Pollution Control District to acquire two 2018 was to join the Green
A trailblazer in zero-emission, multi-use mobile power Marine Program, a voluntary
environmental sources that will be fitted with forklift, scissor process that allows a third
preservation, the Port's lift, and bed dump capabilities. party evaluation of the
clean initiatives elevate entire Port Environmental Program as well
the Port of Stockton to Shortly after, the Port of Stockton partnered as cargo handling procedures and
become a model in with the Ports of Long Beach and Oakland to environmental leadership. In December,
lowering carbon assemble the largest, most aggressive and the Port completed the first round of the
footprint within
the region. diverse grant project in the history of the certification process. We are happy to
California Air Resources Board. The Zero announce that we are the second port in
and Near-Zero Emission Freight Facilities California to receive the Green Marine
(ZANZEFF) Program will allow the Port to Certification. Green Marine will honor the
upgrade nearly its entire diesel cargo Port in a ceremony in June 2019.

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Dannar high-lift capacity forklifts


with o -road cargo truck bed and scissor lift



In partnership with the San Joaquin Valley Air
Pollution Control District, the Port launched a
zero-emissions project following receipt of over
$700,000 in grant funding. The San Joaquin Valley 46.781 tons
Zero-Emission Cargo Handling Demonstration LESS EMISSIONS
project will accelerate the commercial deployment
of zero-emission o -road technologies by utilizing PER YEAR
two state-of-the art battery-electric 30,000 pound
capacity forklifts with additional cargo handling
attachments at the Port. This project showcases a OVER $700K IN
best practice solution for zero-emission initiatives
across other cargo handling seaports, airports, GRANT FUNDING
logistics centers and agriculture applications.

In addition to the environmental benefits, this 2 DC FAST CHARGERS
project provides economic benefits to the
region’s disadvantaged communitiies. It increases WITH 125kW CAPACITY
job readiness and career opportunities by
providing on-the-job training and workforce
development programs for the Port’s operations
and maintenance technicians to operate, maintain FORKLIFTS CAPABLE
and repair zero-emission o -road equipment and OF LIFTING 30,000 LBS.
vehicles. Driver and maintenance technician
training increases job readiness and career
opportunities in the ever-growing electric vehicle
and equipment industry.


This partnership program places Stockton on the
forefront of the green energy revolution, and is
another example of the Port finding ways to
improve its operations while benefitting the
environment and the community as a whole.

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events &


RECOGNITION



The Port continued to celebrate success
in its 85th year with another strong
operational performance.










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THE

ASSOCIATION OF

PACIFIC PORTS


was founded in
1913


THE PORT CELEBRATES


Events showcase the Port’s global reach
IN 1933 ASSOCIATION OF PACIFIC PORTS informative sessions of the conference,

the Deep Water 105TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE all guests were treated to a boat tour of
Shipping Channel In mid-July, the Port hosted the 105th the Port. As a closing event, attendees
was established with Annual Conference for the Association were treated to a classic American
an initial depth of of Pacific Ports (APP). This mobile pastime: attending a Stockton Ports
baseball game. Dinner entertainment
conference brings international industry
26 FEET professionals together to network, share also included Mariachi Rincon de Romos.
innovation and creative solutions to the
challenges facing the goods movement PORT COMMEMORATES 85TH
industry. “While the Port of Stockton YEAR OF SUCCESS
participates annually in the conference, On February 1, the Port of Stockton and
hosting the event in 2018 allowed the 200 close international and local
Port of Stockton the chance to showcase community leaders and friends,
our successful operation and our colleagues and industry partners
community partners that drive our gathered at the Haggin Museum in
mission every day,” stated Port Director Stockton to celebrate the Port’s 85th
Richard Aschieris. The Port of Stockton Anniversary. To pay homage to the Port’s
took great pride planning the itinerary for worldwide trade partners, the event
the 2018 conference by blending local featured exquisite cuisine from 11 di erent
flavor with worldly experiences for both countries including Italy, Chile, Japan,
industry professionals and their Norway, Mexico, Belgium, Brazil, China,
companion travelers. The opening night Greece and the United States. Members
reception, held at the Port’s own Lindley of the Commission and the Port Director
House, featured Stockton Bukkyo Taiko addressed attendees and shared stories
Drummers who actively engaged the of the Port’s triumphant history and
audience. Port Commissioner and APP accomplishments while also providing a
President Blanchard o cially called the peak into the Port’s exciting future.
conference to order. In addition to the



85






years





STRONGER

THAN

EVER





Back in 1933, Stockton
had 50,000 residents and
a brand new port. Today,
Stockton is 300,000
citizens strong and the
Port is one of the largest
bulk/break-bulk ports in
California, breaking
records with 4.7 million
tons of cargo and 268
ship calls in 2017.



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police year


in review

HERE’S WHAT’S NEW
AT THE PORT’S POLICE
DEPARTMENT





equipment




Three new cars
Six replacement shotguns
Personal protective equipment issued
External load-bearing vests approved




TRAINING




Participated in 13 Security
Plan drills and exercises
Dispatcher training with the
Stockton Police Department
STOCKTON INSTITUTIONS HONOR THE PORT
Pepper spray training

Members of the Board receive praise from the community

staffing
STOCKTONIAN OF THE YEAR GOODWILL HELPING HANDS AWARD
Port Commissioner Dr. Elizabeth Blanchard In September, Board of Commissioner’s
Three new Sergeants promoted was named the 64th Stocktonian of the Vice Chair Michael P. Du y was honored
New Chief of Police hired Year in 2018 by the Central Valley with the 2018 Goodwill Helping Hands
Robust recruiting of o cers to Association of Realtors and the Greater Award. The Goodwill Foundation Board of
fill vacancies is now in full swing
Stockton Chamber of Commerce for her Directors selected Commissioner Du y
legacy of decades of service, philanthropy because of his broad-based commitment
and advocacy of education, arts, veteran and dedication to the betterment of San

leadership a airs, the environment and politics Joaquin County, and his support and
involvement in non-profit organizations
throughout San Joaquin County. The
Stocktonian of the Year award is just one dedicated to children, families and literacy.
recognition of a long list of awards that Most notably, Commissioner Du y is
Coast Guard Facility Security
Inspection reported Commissioner Blanchard has received responsible for developing and building
“No Discrepancies” including the Susan B. Anthony the first financial institution in the Airport
Newly promoted Sergeants Community Service Award, Chinese Way/Charter Way corridor of South
transitioned well into new roles
Several new administrative/ Cultural Society of Stockton Citizen Award, Stockton. The Goodwill Foundation was
management processes have Businesswoman of the Year award and started in 2005 for the purpose of
been implemented that have more. The Port is honored to have such a providing a financial legacy, primarily
contributed to increased
e ciencies in sta scheduling, vibrant force on the Commission. through Evening of Good Will, to support
report tracking, and equipment the mission of Goodwill Industries of San
monitoring
Joaquin Valley, Inc.



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RETIREMENTS



THE PORT SAYS
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
DEDICATION AND
YEARS OF SERVICE



R
Judy Baumann
LIBRARIAN
47 years of service


Michael Archibeque
PORT POLICE SERGEANT
E
30 years of service


Dean Harr
CARPENTER
5 years of service

TI
George Lerner
DIRECTOR OF
HOMELAND SECURITY
15 years of service


James Mitchell
R The Port continues to lead the way in outreach and transparency
PORT POLICE SERGEANT
28 years of service recognizing our accomplishments


Steven Nichols
PORT POLICE
LIEUTENANT
SIX SEPARATE CATEGORIES
In 2018, the Port Finance Department
E again in 2018 with receipt of six awards Excellence from the Government Finance
37 years of service PORT RECEIVES RECOGNITION IN EXCELLENCE IN ACCOUNTING
The Port of Stockton held high honors
earned the Certificate of Achievement for
from the American Association of Port
O cers Association for the Port’s Financial
(AAPA).
The
Reporting. By earning this certificate, the
was
Port
Authorities
162
privileged to be recognized with Awards
Port has proved itself to be a champion of
transparency and full disclosure by
of Excellence for the 2016 Annual Report,
M 2017 Port Boat Tour Narrative, Storm preparing comprehensive annual financial
total years
Water Update Newsletter, and the San
Reports
submitted
to
reports.
the
of service
Certificate of Achievement for Excellence
Francisco Bar Pilots Commemorative
Coins. Along with these, the Port also
in Financial Reporting Program are
27 YEARS
received Awards of Distinction for the Port
reviewed by public sector financial
average tenure Proud, Stockton Proud ad campaign and reporting experts. This honor has been
bestowed upon the Port annually for
the San Francisco Bar Pilots video.
almost two decades straight.


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